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Dan Hartman was appointed to Smithville's Economic Development Committee during a Board of Alderman meeting Tuesday, Sept. 17. In his application, Hartman wrote, " After living here for over 16 years it is time to give back to the City some of my time." Feeling qualified through his involvem…
Registration is requested to be complete for the Greater KC Grandfamilies Conference by Monday, Sept. 23.
St. Michael's Veterans Center is accepting nominations for the 2019 Celebration of Heroes Guardian Awards, which honor Kansas Citians who help improve the lives of veterans in the metropolitan community.
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KANSAS CITY NORTH — Within a stones throw from the city boundaries of Liberty, a new restaurant opened its doors Wednesday, Sept. 18. The Liberty/Kansas City North location of Red Door Woodfired Grill joins locations in Leawood and Overland Park, Kansas and in Kansas City in the Brookside ne…
It's that time again. Every year we have the opportunity to make changes to our Medicare plans between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7. We have the option of changing from original Medicare to an Advantage plan, or vice versa, or changing to a different Advantage plan. We also can change our Medicare Part D drug plan. The decisions aren't easy. After all, we have to live with them for the next year.
LIBERTY — Sara Bouse and her daughter Kamryn Bouse, 7, were all smiles Saturday, Sept. 7, as visitors to Kamryn’s aunt and uncle’s car show, Car Show for Kids 2019, brought toys to fill vehicles at the Liberty Lowe’s, 1920 N. Stewart Road. Some eventgoers handed her a dozen or so coloring bo…
LIBERTY — Superintendent of Liberty Public Schools Jeremy Tucker said developing a new strategic plan for Liberty schools has been different from what has been done in the past. The plan itself is not static or fixed.
Kiera Knightley shows us her most earnest brooding yet in "Official Secrets," the true story of Katherine Gun, a British government translator turned whistleblower who leaks a top secret email from the U.S. to the U.K. urging the use of blackmail to obtain a United Nations Council resolution…
Ever wondered what Rebecca Romijn and husband Jerry O’Connell do for fun? Apparently, the answer is: find campy horror films to star in together. Films like "Satanic Panic." However, this film plays like a bad high school drama project or amateur YouTube video. You may also have noticed it e…
LIBERTY — 1-2-3-4-5 Fit-Tastic Family Fun Day returns to Clay County from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20.
LIBERTY — Earlier this month, an agreement was signed between Liberty Parks Director BJ Staab and Kansas City Sports, LLC, an event management company, to guarantee at least 850 teams annually will use Fountain Bluff Sports Complex, 2200 Old Missouri Highway 210 in Liberty.
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KEARNEY — Kearney senior Garrett Laughlin has shown to be an effective running back during the 2019 season, a constant of sorts for the Bulldogs.
SMITHVILLE — Following an historic 2018 football season, the Smithville Warriors have had plenty to celebrate and look forward to this fall.
LIBERTY — Jillian Fleming is bucking a trend in the Fleming household.
SMITHVILLE — The Smithville girls golf team this fall will see a boost in competition come playoff time.
LIBERTY — There is plenty of newness on the Liberty North boys swimming squad this season. Half of the Eagles’ varsity team and five seniors were lost to graduation last season.
KEARNEY — Kaitlyn LaFrenz has put herself in a familiar setting — the Kearney High School tennis program.
KEARNEY — Using nine bales of hay and buckets of paint, the Frick family of Kearney is once again a topic of conversation. Their farm, located at Missouri Highway 92 and Francis Road, has become a viral sensation with its recently created homage to the Chiefs' quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
LIBERTY — To fulfill the promises made to Liberty voters who approved the April 2018 use tax by 70 percent, City Park, which is located at the intersection of Moss Avenue and Missouri Highway 291, will receive $2 million for major improvements. Work includes adding inclusive play structures.
As thoughts of summer wind down and thoughts of fall ramp up, families should be sure those festival fall thoughts include safety and preparedness.
The fastest way to trend on Twitter, and not in a good way, is to say that the right to bear arms is a God-given right.
Each September, the Missouri General Assembly returns to the Capitol to review any legislation that was met with the governor’s veto pen in the summer.
It's a good thing that President Donald Trump has spent time with WrestleMania. He obviously used that experience to finally muscle his way into the main event, when he had been body-slammed aside by the real reality of the devastation from Hurricane Dorian. Yes, I know "muscle" is probably not the first word you'd use when you think of the Trumpster, but there will be no fat-shaming here. Let's leave that to him.